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    Donald is the one who came out of nowhere, announcing his campaign for presidency, before even choosing with which party he would be campaigning for. From that moment on I haven’t personally spoken to Trump, and I refused to meet him anywhere outside of events for the presidential campaign. If he was someone who wanted to betray the trust of a friend, and to take away, possibly, their last chance to become the president, then I was going to let him be that person on his own. The thing that I wasn’t expecting, after experiencing Donald’s extreme popularity during the beginning of the elections, was for me to win by a ‘landslide’, as they put it. Now, because he was spurned by all of America, Donald was expecting me to treat him the way that I used to, with warmth and kindness. Little did he know that, by betraying both Bill and I in such a way, he was permanently losing our friendship, and even causing Bill to abhor him. Bill believed that I should also hate Donald, maybe even more than he currently did, but I wasn’t really the type of person to feel that way. Sure, I was angry with him for not…

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    Within the media one of the stories that is told is the president holding too much power. The president has the power to do things that past presidents would never dream of. Making calls, and going about their agenda right under congress, and the judiciary branch. In this paper, we will examine some of the ways that the president has become more of a monarchial president, and look at some examples of the power the president has slowly gained. One of the first times the President went above his…

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    President Barrack Obama was voted into office in 2008 and reelected in 2012. Coming into office President Obama made a lot of promises and gave hope to many Americans who were suffering during the time of President Bush. Through both of his terms he tried his hardest to keep all of the promises he made. He implemented laws and policies to help relieve people in the workforce of their long work hours through Obama care and he tried to raise the government budget by making a health care reform.…

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    Congress is known to be powerful, but the face of the government is the President of the United States. However, the president roles of government are the commander-in-chief, head of state and leader of a political but one takes precedence over the other. The presidents are held to high standards, and the media do not help. In Article 2, it tells you what are the requirement for to become a President and what are the duties of the President. The founding father did not want a king; they wanted…

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    stressful job that has many advantages, but also many obstacles associated to it. The president has a majority of personal responsibilities to look over, also while trying to take into account the wishes and needs of the citizens under his jurisdiction. There is a large balancing act associated with the president, by trying to appease everyone. Everyone meaning the senate, the congress, foreign countries, and ultimately the people. These obstacles are due to what…

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    Being president of the United States is a very public job and effects many different people. Becoming president is a very difficult task, and there is no such thing as the perfect candidate. The presidency is a very prestigious role in this great nation. Having such a public role in government can be a good thing, but it can be very dangerous. There are many factors that shape the perceptions of the presidency like each candidate’s views on trivial topics, a candidate’s economic plan, and a…

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    the cylindrical chamber. “Mr. President, I would like to ask, once again, if you would let someone else go in your place.” Shailagh Murray said, standing a few feet away from the device and glancing at it nervously every few seconds. “Shailagh, we’ve been over this. You know that no one can do this but me.” Barack looked away from the dial on the inside of the room and toward the Senior Advisor. She sighed, nodded, and retreated back into the throng of people looking on- mostly presidential…

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    The road to becoming president in the United States is filled with many barriers to insure we are left with the most fitting candidate. Even though this doesn’t always happen, our election system is still effective in helping our country pick our president. There are requirements that must be passed before deciding to run for president. The requirements include being 35 years of age, being a resident of the United States for at least 14 years, and being naturally born citizen in the U.S. After…

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    Every American citizen can vote above the age of eighteen. The people can only elect the electoral college, not the President itself. Every state has as much electors as the number of its representations and senators together. Not everybody can become the President of the United States or the vice-president. He has to be a natural born citizen, naturalized people can never fill this post. The candidates have to be at least thirty-five years old, and have to live in the United States since at…

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    the President of the United States. The President to the American people is someone who represents the country and has America’s best interest in mind. The presidents are role models, people who we aspire to be like. The presidency began with the intention of being solely the executor of laws passed by Congress. Through time the office of the president has become more than a mere executor of laws. The power of the office of the president has expanded gradually through domestic policies, wartime…

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